Hi All Hii have a 'flow' which allow me to accept/deny an outlook generated meeting in my evolution. it is not a well written tool i'm feeling really bad sending it as is. i wish i could put some more effort and clean it up. but we are moving forward to a newer exchage so i better publish it now. It has the above capability only i.e. accept/reject an outlook generatedmeeting in my local evolution calendar. and it has a long list of limitations: * Meeting are assumed to be in Jerusalem time zone and in English * A meeting should be accepted only once. * No sync with 'my' exchange account. i.e. when accepting a meeting 'my' exchange calendar DB is not aware to the 'busy time' and the meeting behind it. * No ability to accept a meeting with re occurrence. * No ability to accept a meeting which was generated in HTML exchange since such meeting requests do not have meeting actual time on them. *It was tested on linux only, and require xemacs - u r welcome to replace it with sendmail. How to install: save the attached owaMsg.csh somewhere, and make sure it has chmod +x. edit the owaMsg.csh file and set your email and user name. within you evolution create a local folder to hold processed meeting request originals, i called this folder MOWA Add a filter to your evolution mail reader. my rule is again called MOWA : The 'if' section should have two criterias: it should process messages which contain "When:" and "*~*~*~*" The 'Then' section has again two tasks, first it move the message to the MOWA folder for archiving, and second it forward the message to a shell script owaMsg.csh Now you are ready to use it:when ever you receive a meeting invitation to your inbox, evolution automatically forward it back to you as an ics meeting requests, if that does not happen simply select an incoming outlook request and press CTL-y to activate your filters on it. once your receive the ics meeting request, you can choose to accept/deny it and it will automaticallyupdate your evolution calender and inform the originator. if you do not wish to inform the originator de-checkthe RSVP check box before accepting the ics. once you accept a meeting i would recommend to delete the ics invitation. R.
Description: C-Shell script